HONG KONG (Reuters) - Beijing's demand that Glencore Xstrata Plc <GLEN.L> sell a copper mine in Peru may bring rich dividends for China Inc., as two companies linked to Chinese state-backed groups are weighing rival bids for the $5 billion-plus project. Full story
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Security footage shows thieves stealing copper wiring from an Arizona courthouse. KPNX's Mary Nguyen reports.
Copper speculation has reached the largest net short position since 2006, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
Mark Newton, Greywolf Execution Partners analyst, takes a look at what the technical indicators are saying about recent moves in housing, transports, tech and copper.
Fed Chairman Bernanke's testimony sparked a rally in gold, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson. Gold, silver and copper are all higher on the day.
A general view shows Sterlite Industries Ltd's copper plant in Tuticorin, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu in this April 5, 2013 file photo. India's top copper smelter re-opened on June 16, 2013 after complaints from residents forced a two-month shutdown, a company source directly involved
File picture shows a building near the copper mine factory in the Serbian town of Bor, some 250 km southeast from capital Belgrade, September 15, 2010. Serbia's mining sector, stagnant since the wars that tore Yugoslavia apart in the early 1990s, looks set for a revival as volatile commodity prices
File picture shows a front-end loader pouring copper ore in a dumper truck in the open pit in the Serbian town of Bor, some 238 km south-east from Belgrade June 8, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica/Files
A miner drills for copper ore in the copper mine in the Serbian town of Bor, some 238 km south-east from Belgrade June 8, 2013. In Serbia, foreign companies are picking up a long tradition of prospecting for gold and copper and discovering deposits that could mark a revival of the country's mining